|The Leo Frank Case PhD Thesis Dissertation by Leonard Dinnerstein - Leonard Dinnerstein|
Leonard Dinnerstein (born May 5, 1934) completed his Columbia University Ph.D., Dissertation about the Leo Frank Case in 1966 for the Political Science Department. The central thesis of his dissertation is conspiracies of anti-Semitism were responsible for an innocent Northern Jew, 29-year-old Leo Max Frank, getting convicted on August 25, 1913, for having murdered 13-year-old Mary Anne Phagan on Confederate Memorial Day in 1913...
Keywords: Leonard Dinnerstein; Leo Frank Case; Leo Frank; Leo Max Frank; ADL; Steve Oney; Pierre van Paassen; Atlanta; Georgia; 1913; 1914; 1915; Mary Phagan; Hugh Dorsey; Tom Watson; KKK; Anti-Defamation League; B'nai B'rith
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|To Number Our Days By Pierre van Paassen - Pierre van Paassen|
Pierre van Paassen brings together a lifetime of ostentatious tall tales, fantasmagorical memories and embellished stories in his memoirs, 'To Number Our Days' (405 pages), published in 1964 by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. Pierre van Paassen is most often cited post-1964, for his unique claim that in 1922, while he was investigating the Leo Frank case file at the Fulton County Courthouse of Atlanta, Georgia, he made an incredible discovery of a shief containing flesh X-rays and dental phot...
Keywords: Pierre van Paassen; 1964; Leo Frank; Atlanta Journal Constitution; Israel; Palestine; France; Georgia; Canada; Alberta; Jew; Jewish; Judaism; Zionist; Zionism; anti-Semitism; anti-Semite; Steve Oney; Leonard Dinnerstein; Elaine Marie Alphin; Jeffrey Melnick; Jeffrey Paul Melnick, Leo Max Frank; Leo M. Frank